By Robert E. Riley
By Robert E. Riley
By Ajax Delvecki,Larry Johnson
By Ricardo Viveiros
By Leila Janah
In Give Work, Leila Janah offers a much-needed solution to fixing poverty: incentivize all people from marketers to special businesses to offer dignified, regular, fair-wage paintings to low-income humans. Her social company, Samasource, connects humans dwelling lower than the poverty line—on approximately $2 a day—to electronic paintings for significant tech businesses. up to now, the association has supplied over $10 million in direct source of revenue to tens of millions of individuals the realm had written off, dramatically changing the trajectory of whole groups for the higher.
Janah and her crew move into the world’s poorest regions—from refugee camps in Kenya to the Mississippi Delta in Arkansas—and teach humans to do electronic paintings for firms like Google, Walmart, and Microsoft. Janah has verified various Give Work business versions in all corners of the area. She stocks poignant tales of people who've benefited from Samasource’s work, the place and why it hasn’t labored, and gives a blueprint to struggle poverty with an evidence-based, economically sustainable version.
we will finish severe poverty in our lifetimes. supply paintings, and also you provide the poorest humans on this planet an opportunity at happiness. supply paintings, and also you provide humans the liberty to decide on easy methods to strengthen their very own groups. provide paintings, and also you create limitless possibilities.
By David Delbert Kruger
“Most of our stores,” Penney defined in 1931, “are situated in agricultural areas the place the tide of advertising rises and falls with the prosperity of the farmers.” regardless of the expansion of towns within the early 20th century, Penney maintained his shops’ dedication to serving the wishes of farmers and small-town folks. Tracing this commitment to Penney’s rural upbringing, Kruger describes how, from one shop within the sheep-ranching and mining city of Kemmerer, Wyoming, J. C. Penney Co. turned a well-known chain on major road, united states, purveying worth, supplying solid jobs, and staining rites of passage in lots of an American childhood.
Kruger paints a biographical and old photo of an American company wealthy person pretty assorted from similar capitalists akin to Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, or Sam Walton. regardless of his chain’s company constitution, Penney imbued each one shop with a Golden Rule philosophy that demanded mutual recognize among clients, staff, rivals, providers, and groups. via tracing that spirit to its agrarian resource, and following it throughout the 20th century, J. C. Penney: the guy, the shop, and American Agriculture presents a brand new point of view in this American cultural institution—and on its founder’s certain model of yank capitalism.
By Miriam Eatchel,Don Browne
By Arne Nielsen,Peter C. Newman
By Ignácio de Loyola Brandão
Este livro serve de exemplo à aqueles que desejam prosperar na vida, por meio da trajetória de um brasileiro comum, que com muita fé e perseverança conseguiu prosperar na vida e hoje é um milionário de sucesso, mas que não esquece de suas origens.
By Charles Moncrief
By 桑原 晃弥